Stay 1 night in Mua cave area, bicycle, visiting peaceful countryside activities, relax on bamboo boat in Trang An eco-tourism will be your memorable experiences
Down a sleepy road between rice paddies, this cave (the name means ‘Cave of Dance’) is not terribly impressive, but there are panoramic views from the peak above. A stone staircase beside the cave entrance zigzags through the karst (beware the goat droppings) and it’s 486 steps to a simple altar to Quan Am (the Goddess of Mercy). Look west for the Ngo Dong River winding through Tam Coc.
Mua Cave is located at the foot of Mua Mountain – in the ecotourism area in Tam Coc, Ninh Binh. Follow 1A route, when turning to Trang An or Tam Coc, you will see the direction to Mua Cave. This is labeled as ” Tam Coc Muse” or ” The great wall of Vietnam” with spectacular landscapes of mountains, fringed with poetic golden rice fields.
The highlight of these destinations is the route leading to Mua Cave top, which is simulated ” The Great Wall” Architecture with nearly 500 steps stone. From the top, you will see the whole scenery of Tam Coc – one of the must-see destinations in Ninh Binh. Legend has that when Tran King returned to Hoa Lu to build Am Thai Vi , he often came here to hear the women singing and dancing. Therefore, this place was named Mua Cave. Mua in Vietnamese means ” Dance”.
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